Uvala Scott Hotel
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... a large number of the local twits in their boy racer cars out on it.
On a number of occasions they would come racing up behind and sit within a few feet from the back of my bike and desperate to get passed. They then would take any chance they could to get passed putting their and my lives in danger of a head on crash. Most of the time if a car came up behind I simply pulled over and took a few photos just to get them off my tail.
The next trick ...
... and aimlessly strolled around. It was much smaller than the old town at Dubrovnik, you could walk from one side to the other in about 5 minutes. It was very quaint with all it's little alley ways and shops. We wandered back to our room, luckily I have a fantastic sense of direction because Darcy didn't have a clue how to get back! We freshened up then headed back out for some dinner. We found a place near where we were for lunch that was quite reasonably priced. ...
Today was a long ride (440km) on the motorway from Podstrana to Opatja near RIJEKA. I woke up to a blue morning sky and was hoping that it would stay that way for the rest of the day. It was time to say good bye to Mrs Mikrut and her daughter Tanja who made me so welcome in their spotless villa.
I rode the 10km coastal road to Split before hitting the ...
... had a lovely meal tonight (some of the best food we have had in Croatia) and then went for a walk around the town. Tonight is our last night in croatia a tomorrow we head off to Italy.
This country is gorgeous and we have loved every minute of it. For anyone who has a travel bucket list - put it up towards the top!
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... 6 miles and dropped anchor in Prklog which was a lovely long inlet totally protected with just one other boat. It felt like we could have been in a Swiss forest some where as there were so many tall pine trees. Needless to say storms arrived after midnight and we find ourselves playing scrabble at 4am in the morning ...